Business briefs - Sunday, Dec. 11, 2011
PERU — The Indiana State Police Peru Post has recognized two of its civilian employees, Cathy Shuler and Pam Woodhouse, for their more than 25 years of service.
Elite place to meet
The owners of a banquet hall that opened this year have almost everything set up just as a post-Thanksgiving rush in business approaches.
Artisans expand store
PERU — For Eileen and Friends Craft Mall, the approach has been opposite of every man for himself.
Every woman has worked together.
Experts say small, struggling towns need broadband
Broadband Internet has become a must to propel the American economy, but lighter government regulations and low-income assistance would be necessary elements, a panel of industry experts said last week.
Evansville exists everywhere
Evansville. How many central and northern Indiana readers have already moved on to something else?
Business briefs - Sunday, Aug. 21, 2011
Designer clothing store Isreal Affordable Fashions will close at the end of the month, the business’ owner said recently.
Hibachi Grill and Supreme Buffet opens
The word “Hibachi” in the name implies its Asian influence, but diners who prefer all-American entrees have almost as many options.
Business briefs - Sunday, Aug. 7, 2011
A costume shop and tanning salon plans to have a grand opening Wednesday.
First Bank of Berne to acquire local bank
The First Bank of Berne announced a purchase agreement Thursday to take over AmericanTrust Federal Savings Bank, headquartered in Peru.
Business briefs - Sunday, July 31, 2011
Shelley R. (Hobson) Johnson, CPA and owner of Allman Johnson Company CPAs, has been elected president of the Indiana Board of Accountancy for the 2011-2012 terms. She was appointed to the board by Gov. Mitch Daniels in 2007 and is currently serving the second year of her second term.
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